How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400. Heat muffin tins for 1 hour until very, very hot..
  • Heat milk until warm. Put remaining ingredients in a bowl, mix and then add milk. Beat just to blend. Mix on medium speed for 1 minute. Strain batter to remove any lumps.
  • Remove muffin tins from oven. Spray with non-stick coating. Fill alternate holes with batter until almost full. Bake 40-50 minute until golden brown.
  • The secret is that the pans must be very, very hot.

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    " It was excellent "
    linspj ate it and said...
    Vanilla! Also, I never knew about the hot muffin tins. Thanks for the tip. We will try it!
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    " It was excellent "
    madmommy ate it and said...
    I wish I'd seen this last night! LOL Bookmarked it though for next time; have some english heritage and mom likes some traditional dishes, she'll be so surprised next time! Thank you so much - ^5!!
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  • soprano 10 years ago
    I never thought of adding vanilla to Yorkshire pudding batter, but it *does* sound good. I'll have to try it in my next batch -- thanks!
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  • sunny 11 years ago
    When I was growing up my mother always let me make the yorkshire pudding. I look forward to trying your version. = )
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  • dubnacious 11 years ago
    Yorkshire Pudd, Yum.

    My Mum would always use a little grease that had cooked off the roast. It's basically just a crepe batter. I like your addition of vanilla. I've become a huge fan of vanilla in savoury dishes. It's a common thing in Mexican cuisine these days
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